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Organic Cocozelle Zucchini



 
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HEIRLOOM Beautiful, light green stripes on the classic green! 8"-10" rich nutty flavorful fruits on productive bush plants.

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Organic Cocozelle Zucchini
Grown by Fruition Seeds in Naples NY HEIRLOOM Beautiful, light green stripes on the classic green zucchini! We select for prolific production of rich, nutty flavor (Costata Romanesco is in its parentage) and more uniform straightness and striping. Also selected for more a open growth habit and fewer spines, you'll find the fruits easier to harvest.

50 days to maturity
A great selection on this variety!
How to save summer squash seed!

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cocozelle zucchini January 7, 2017
Reviewer: Lynn Overgaard from Penn Yan, NY United States  
This kept going into the fall. Not too many borers but maybe because it was so dry this year.

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cocozelle October 13, 2015
Reviewer: Leslie Haggstrom from Angelica, NY United States  
haven't planted yet: for next year. my favorite summer squash, hard to find. tastes nutty...solid, excellent.

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Crocodile zucchini September 24, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Adams, NY United States  
Healthy crop

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So Much Zucchini Bread!! June 6, 2015
Reviewer: Breya Life from Pawlet, Vermont  
These seeds produce HUGE plants which then yield many large, delicious zucchini. I had so many last year that I made zucchini bread almost twice a week, and had to donate, gift and freeze the bread we had so much!

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